Alaska Jewelry Offers Early Holiday Shoppers 15 Percent off Diamond Jewelry
Sitka, Alaska October 25, 2013 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) Sitka, Alaska – Alaska Jewelry, a fine jewelry online retailer and the online retailer for the only locally-owned jewelry store in Sitka, Alaska, is preparing for the holiday shopping season with 'early-bird' discounts available on all pieces featuring diamonds. Shoppers who purchase diamond jewelry by October 31 will be able to save an additional 15 percent with discount code "boo2013."
"Diamond jewelry is always in style and a very popular holiday gift," said Chris Fondell, owner of Alaska Jewelry. "With the additional 15 percent discount we are currently offering on our already very competitive prices, shoppers will be able to find the most dazzling holiday gift for that special person on their list."
Alaska Jewelry features an exceptional selection of diamond jewelry as well as precious stone pieces featuring diamonds. Shoppers will be able to find beautifully-crafted earrings, rings, necklaces, pendants and bracelets showcasing white diamonds as well as rare blue, chocolate and yellow diamonds. These pieces include one-of-a-kind designs from boutique jewelers as well as renowned designers like Simon G.
Holiday gifts from Alaska Jewelry are sure to be the favorite present of the holiday season. With the exceptional prices offers by Alaska Jewelry of diamond jewelry, gift givers can look like they spent a fortune!
To shop for diamond jewelry gifts for the holiday season and enjoy a 15 percent discount, visit www.alaskajewelry.com.
About Alaska Jewelry:
Chris and Tamara Fondell have operated Alaska Jewelry's Goldsmith Gallery in Sitka since October of 1990. Originally from Dubuque, Iowa, Chris and Tamara relocated to Alaska to work in an existing jewelry store. They now own and operate Goldsmith Gallery in Sitka, the only locally-owned jewelry store in town. In the summers, they also operate Goldsmith Gallery in Icy Strait Point. Expanding their business to the internet in 2000 has allowed them to bring their innovative jewelry and "Home-town Jeweler" customer service to fine folks all over the world.